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Asian shares fall, brace for bruising US presidential debate
Pedestrians walk pass an electronic board showing the Japan's Nikkei average (R) and other stock market indices outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 29, 2016.
Asia markets trade lower; US presidential debate, OPEC meeting in focus  CNBC
Nikkei falls on strong yen, selling in Apple suppliers  Reuters UK
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Volatility Tumbles in U.S., Japan Bonds on Kuroda Curve Control
The Bank of Japan's decision to focus on targeting yields across the curve, rather than just on buying 80 trillion yen ($793 billion) a year of government securities, is spurring traders to bet volatility will evaporate in the world's biggest bond ...
BOJ's Kuroda says ready to use every possible tool to hit price goal  Reuters
Bank of Japan Tries Another Way to Spur Inflation  Wall Street Journal
Lanxess Agrees to Buy Rival Chemtura for About $2.1 Billion
Lanxess AG, the German specialty chemicals company, agreed to buy U.S. competitor Chemtura Corp. for about $2.1 billion in cash to expand its lubricant additives and flame retardants businesses.
Lanxess Is Buying Chemtura for About $2.7 Billion  Fortune
Chemtura to Be Acquired by LANXESS in ~$2.5 Billion All-Cash Transaction  Business Wire (press release)
Brexit Bulletin: CEOs Are Making Plans to Leave Britain
Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox. It was a busy weekend in Brexit Britain, with the one remaining U.K. party leadership contest coming to its (foregone) conclusion, and a key Remainer taking a few well-aimed jabs at the new prime ...
Car Makers Maneuver Europe's Turns  Wall Street Journal
'Brexit' Prompts Many British CEOs to Consider Relocating, Survey Finds  New York Times
Singapore-based music startup buys 49% stake in Rolling Stone
The company behind iconic music magazine Rolling Stone has sold a 49 percent share in the business to a startup from Singapore in a bid to grow its international reach.
How It Feels to Be a Rolling Stone  Bloomberg
Singapore's palm oil prince buys stake in music history with Rolling ...  CNBC
Oil Prices Rise on Hopes for OPEC Production Deal
Crude-oil futures rose in early Asia trade Monday on bargain hunting and renewed hope that major producers might make progress on a deal to limit production and help whittle down the glut that has kept prices in the doldrums for more than two years.
Oil Speculators Abandon Hope OPEC Reaches Supply Agreement  Bloomberg
OPEC unlikely to clinch oil deal until November, analysts say  CNBC
The Retiree With Six Incomes
This guy has nothing in the bank, but you don't have to feel sorry for him. Americans fall disastrously short with their retirement planning.
Behold the GOP's Not-So-Secret Plan to Dismantle Government Services ...  AlterNet
What to consider before paying off a vehicle loan  Los Angeles Times
GM Canada workers to get raises, $6000 signing bonus under new contract
General Motors plans to invest $554 million in Canadian dollars over the next four years and pay workers a $6,000 signing bonus under a proposed new contract with Unifor ratified by union members Sunday.
GM's $421 Million Investment Deal Wins Approval By Canadian Union  Fortune
GM Canada workers narrowly approve sellout deal  World Socialist Web Site
Optimism in UK financial sector hits global financial crisis low
Optimism about the outlook for Britain's financial services sector is at its lowest point since the financial crisis, a survey of finance firms showed on Monday.
Brexit: Some City firms 'more gloomy after EU vote'  BBC News
UK Financial Sector Confidence Falls Further Amid Brexit  New York Times
CBOE Looks Beyond Options
CBOE Holdings CBOE 1.28 % Inc. is shaking off a long aversion to mergers to consider an acquisition of Bats Global Markets BATS 19.86 % Inc., a deal that would help maintain its independence and mark its ambitions to expand from options into stocks.
Bats exchange deal would bring CBOE instant diversity  Reuters
CBOE takeover would complete Bats' comeback  Crain's Chicago Business